Sapul sa Singko

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Sapul Sa Singko
Also known as Sapul!
Created by TV5 Network, Inc.
Developed by News5
Directed by Irco Cornel (Sapul sa Singko)
Mark Linchoa (Kumare Klub)
Starring see Hosts
Opening theme "Sapul sa Singko" by Patricia Fernandez
Country of origin Philippines
No. of episodes n/a (airs daily)
Executive producer(s) Icy Luzano (Sapul sa Singko)
Aida Salamat (Kumare Klub)
Camera setup multicamera setup
Running time 3 hours
Original network TV5
Picture format 480i SDTV
Audio format Mono
Original release April 5, 2010 – February 3, 2012
Followed by Good Morning Club

Sapul sa Singko (English: Bullseye on Five or Stricken on Five), formerly Sapul (English: Bullseye or Stricken) was a morning show of TV5. The show premiered on April 5, 2010 as Sapul before it was expanded into a three-hour program from its former two-hour time on October 25, 2010 and retitled Sapul sa Singko. This show was replaced by Good Morning Club on February 6, 2012.


Sapul was first aired on TV5 on April 5, 2010 as the network's answer to ABS-CBN's Umagang Kay Ganda and GMA's Unang Hirit. Erwin Tulfo, Martin Andanar, Lourd de Veyra, and Shawn Yao started the show as the original hosts.

On October 25, 2010, Sapul was retitled as Sapul sa Singko. Newly updated graphics have been shown to it. This was also the day Chiqui Roa-Puno and Atty. Mike Templo joined the cast. A new OBB was also launched again coinciding the return of the official theme song of TEN: The Evening News, entitled "Astro" by Radioactive Sago Project, and from 2 hours, it became 3 hours, beginning at 5am and ended at 8am.

On November 8, 2010, the main news portion of the show began its simulcast on radio thru Radyo5 92.3 News FM in Mega Manila for thirty minutes from 5:30 to 6 am.

On February 21, 2011, Sapul sa Singko started its simulcast on AksyonTV.

On September 5, 2011, Sapul sa Singko cuts the time from 3 hours to 2 hours to give way to its spin-off show Kumare Klub which also hosted by Amy Perez, Chiqui Roa-Puno, and Tintin Babao.

On September 2011, Paolo Bediones joined the cast as a replacement for Erwin Tulfo.

On February 3, 2012, Sapul sa Singko ended its final episode to give way for Good Morning Club.


Main hosts[edit]

Segment hosts[edit]

  • Ferdinand "Makata Tawanan" Clemente
  • Chinkee Tan
  • Pat Fernandez
  • Ariel Villasanta

Former hosts[edit]


Sapul sa Singko[edit]

  • Word Of The Lourd (Lourd de Veyra; appears once a week)
  • Makata on the Spot (Makata Tawanan)
  • Rapido Meals - Recipe of the day (Lourd de Veyra) formerly known as Lutong Sapul
  • Love Hurts - Short drama presentation & Love advices (Martin Andanar, Lourd de Veyra, Paolo Bediones and Amy Perez)
    • Tibok ng Bayan - Love Hurts on the Street (Ariel Villasanta)
  • Gwaping in the Morning - Real Man's Lifestyle (Martin Andanar, Paolo Bediones, Lourd de Veyra and Atty. Mike Templo)
  • Active Mornings (Lia Cruz)
  • Poging Balita - Good News (Atty. Mike Templo)
  • Balitang Sapul - News (Broadcast at 5:15, 6:00 and 7:30) - Anchored by Martin Andanar, Chiqui-Roa Puno, Paolo Bediones and Amy Perez
    • Tinamaan ng Sapul - Police Reports
    • Balitang Iba Pa - Feature News (Lourd de Veyra)
    • Probinsyang Sapul - Provincial and Regional News
    • Sports Sapul - Sports News (Lia Cruz)
    • Sapul Around the World - Foreign News (Atty. Mike Templo and Shawn Yao)
    • Showbiz Chis-Mwah - Showbiz News (Patricia Fernandez)
    • Traffic Sapul - Traffic Update (Ariel Villasanta)
    • Alagang Kapatid - A Siblings Touch
  • Talo-Panalo - Discussion on the hottest issues of the day
  • Usapang Sapul - Interview (Paolo Bediones and the guests personalities)
  • Aksyon Weather - Weather Forecast

Kumare Klub[edit]

  • Angel Rowda On The Go (Rowda Magnaye)
  • Chiqui Chiqui Dance (Amy Perez, Tintin Babao and Chiqui Roa-Puno)
  • Fashionistang Mudra (Tintin Babao and Renee Salud)
  • Kumare Chika (Amy Perez, Tintin Babao and Chiqui Roa-Puno)
  • Kumare Tips (Amy Perez, Tintin Babao and Chiqui Roa-Puno)
  • Luto Na Ba T'yang? (Amy Perez)
  • OK Ka Lang? (Chiqui Roa-Puno)
  • Pera Pera Lang (Chinkee Tan)
  • ParenTin (Tintin Babao)

See also[edit]

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